This is a formative assessment probe designed to elicit student ideas about the relative positions of objects seen in the sky. Students observe a picture of a person viewing the night sky and wonder about the distance of the moon and stars. This probe offers five claims including four common misconceptions held by students as choices for distances between the objects that Emmy sees in the night sky. After students make a choice, they then justify their choice with reasoning by explaining their thinking. This reveals much more information that can be used to guide instruction. The information contained in the teacher notes assists in curriculum and lesson planning.